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This steampunk reworking of the classic French fairytale is sure to enchant audiences young and old

Lorenzo Larios as Azor, Ethan Simpson as Sander, Logan Reid as Ali and Courtney Lawson as Zémire. Photo by Jaren Wilkey, BYU Photo.

It’s a tale as old as time: a selfish man is transformed into a beastly form as punishment for his vices. The only cure? True love. A magical story that addresses loss, loneliness, friendship, creativity and love, “Beauty and the Beast” continues to enchant audiences in all its adaptations. Here on campus, the BYU Opera will take on this time-honored tale with “Zémire et Azor,” opening on October 20.

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